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The U.S. Supreme Court decided last Monday to not hear a case involving the State of Delaware's effort to create a state-sponsored program where sitting judges could confidentially arbitrate business disputes. Lower courts...more
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Key recent decisions in the BVI Commercial Court have shaped the applicability and enforcement of arbitration clauses and notably how they interface with BVI statutory remedies and liquidations.
Harneys take a look at...more
The Third Circuit ruled last week that Delaware’s Chancery Court could not offer its judges’ services as neutral arbitrators in its courtrooms, unless those arbitrations were open to the public.
In 2009, the Delaware...more
As you may have heard, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals recently sent shockwaves through the labor relations world by holding that President Obama's "recess" appointments to the National Labor Relations Board...more
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IN DEPTH -
..How ADR Intersects with Multidistrict Litigation
ADR CONVERSATIONS -
..Increased Diversity in ADR Essential to Keep Up with Evolving Global Marketplace
ADR NEWS & CASE...more
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in the choice of law. Yet, that same flexibility...more
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